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  • Denitrification Along a Restoration Gradient of Southeastern Massachusetts Cranberry Bogs 

    Pierce, Erin (2015-06-22)
    American cranberry, Vaccinium macrocarpon, is a wetland fruit native to North America. Cranberries are commercially grown in bogs, which are a type of wetland. The industry has dominated southeastern Massachusetts for over ...
  • Project Stream Soils Data 

    Ballantine, Kate
    Soil properties - Soil data have been collected at Project Stream each summer from 2014-2016. Data were collected using the same quadrat system utilized for vegetation cover data. The dataset includes denitrification ...
  • Project Stream Stream Flow Data 

    Ballantine, Kate
    Stream flow data for Project Stream was recorded in the summer of 2016, with several measurements taken across the span of the stream on a roughly weekly basis throughout the summer months.
  • Project Stream Vegetation Data 

    Ballantine, Kate
    Vegetation cover - Vegetation cover data have been collected at Project Stream consistently each summer from 2014-2016. Data were collected using a quadrat system, as laid out on the attached diagram. The dataset ...
  • Promoting denitrification in restored wetlands: The importance of soil carbon quality 

    Yao, Si Qi (Cindy) (2015-06-29)
    Wetlands contribute a wide variety of ecosystem functions, one of which is the improvement of water quality through denitrification. In order to offset the negative environmental impact of destroying wetlands for the sake ...